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the republican party. what evidence did he provide for that assertion? we are not left wing. we don't believe in anthropogenic climate change or we don't believe there should be redistribution of wealth or we don't believe in obamacare. if we would just move to the left that would make us not racist. colin powell above all should know how not raise our party is considering selling in our party were considering supporting him despite his liberalism in 1996 for presidential run and secretary of state under president bush obviously, somebody who is treated well by the republican party but that didn't stop him anyway because now colin powell is on the left and that means we are the bad guys. president obama did in his inaugural address just last week also, there's a peculiar line in his speech where he said absolutism is not printable and name calling is not discussion. he then proceeded to spend rest of his speech name-calling and avoiding principal and being an absolutist. he suggested that he essentially if you disagree with him you want people in their twilight years to live in poverty, you w
, even if he or she walked into our office and asked for a permit, we don't have one for performing on the street. and, in fact, jocelyn and crystal and raj, we all get calls and e-mails and walk into all [speaker not understood] street performers, walking in and asking if they can have a permit. and we let them know, please follow the law. don't block the sidewalk. don't disturb the peace. but we don't have a permit for you. my understanding is in the past there have been attempts to try to corral behavior or create some sort of registry or something, but from the perspective of the city attorney's office who can speak for themselves if they were here, but they expressed it is very difficult to write a regulation that captures all of the bad behavior and regulates it without affecting the first amendment. i mean, and we're not -- >> right. >> we're not immune to this either at city hall. there's plenty of free speech all the time, whether it's the chanting or the taxi drivers who circle the building for five or six hours a time honking their horns. it's people speaking their mind s
of inevitability. >> these cuts don't have to happen. congress can turn them off at any time with just a little bit of compromise. >> if you want to understand the republican's problem in dealing with the sequester, you need to understand that house speaker john boehner is not wrong about this. >> we know, and i think the american people agree, spending is the problem. >> in a recent research center usa today poll, 70% of voters, 70% say they want congress's top legislative priority to be reducing the deficit. and 73% said it is okay if that deficit reduction is mostly or all spending cuts. but the problem, the problem for john boehner is what came next. because pew then asked people, the 70-odd% of american voters who wanted deficit reduction or spending cuts, he asked them, okay, what do you want to cut? and the pollsters very helpfully provided them, the categories to choose from. energy, unemployment, foreign aid, poverty, health care, combatting crime, agriculture, roads, scientific research, social security security, medicare, food and drug inspection, environmental protection, veteran's bene
there was a willful violation of 67.25. i don't think although i am some what surprised i must say that there is not a requirement and frankly, miss ballard, i highly recommend that you create some mechanism whereby you maintain important documents that are sent the notion that they are just deleted is not very... not earning a lot of sympathy from me on that. but i don't know that based on the decision that was made by the sunshine ordinance task force, i don't think that is before us. although, i think that it is a problem. so i would preliminarily find that there was no violation of 67.26, or 67.21 c. >> for all of the other reasons that we discussed. earlier. >> just to clarify, because this is a hearing under chapter two of the sunshine, you don't have to find a willful violation, this chapter just asks was there a violation? >> well, right, but the and maybe i am looking at the wrong thing, but i am looking at the december 5, 2011, sunshine complaint? and the notification by the task force and says that the task force provides willful failure against ginsberg and sarah ballar
pipes broken and you can have a gas leak. if you smell gas, leave the /tkaors open, don't operate electric switches that will cause a spark. don't use your cell phone. use the cell phone outside or a neighbor's phone to call 911. get everyone out of the building, close the gas valve and forget it. don't open it up again. there is probably a leak and you will have troubles wait for pg and e to test it. what's the most important thing in an emergency? everyday, water. somewhere in front of the house you will see these. san francisco water department. how do you get in here? easy. a long screwdriver or pry bar. pull it this way and the whole thing will lift out. even if it's crusty you can get it out. that's what it looks like. that's brass covered water meter. there it is. how would you tell if water was leaking if the building without going in there? that thing woulding pegged. this guy would be spinning. here's how you shut it on and off. like the gas thing, the valve thing with the square head. there are a couple of ears. you lineup the 2 ears. there is a hole to put a padlock.
because the guys are just cash cocky. spending -- we don't have on stuff we can't ignore. it's dumb. the thing about bills. they're always there. the newfound dough, it rarely stays. tonight on fox business, why the democrats are targeting now another tax to deal with the situation. because of the cash cockiness. tonight at 8:00 p.m. on fbn. i'm thinking to myself, wait a minute. whoa, whoa. they might not have fbn. they not be feeling it. >> if they don't have fbn they should probably try to demand fbn. if they don't get it, they should go to a store. call the cable operator and request they get fox business network. on basic cable. i'm thirsty. >> andrea: hello. i'm andrea tantaros with bob beckel, eric bolling, dana perino, on loan from bill o'reilly the one and only jesse waters. it's 5:00 in new york city. move your hand, waters. this is "the five"! ♪ ♪ president obama was back in his hometown pushing for gun control. the president spoke in chicago where the skyrocketing murder rate is now as bad as the al capone gap land days soft far this year there have been 44 only side
and the mayor's aids, and i can tell you that i don't know of anyone outside of those testifying before you today that deletes e-mail. these guys keep everything on their desktop computers it is like they have a rely that says question mark? it is there. they keep it. in their inbox, i don't know why? but they do. they are the only people that don't. and on the second item, mr. buell reports that the common wealth club has other than golden gate park that there are no topics that the club has hosted and i would like to remind him and point out to you that perhaps a case for palestine could be considered a little bit more controversial than golden gate park under siege and this was a title within the time frame topic. thank you very much. >> katherine howard. yeah the common wealth club has had gay rights that is one sided i have not seen any right wing people listed. i think that it stands for free speech and exploring a variety of issues and ha is not relevant to your decision but it speaks to the fact that we are trying to have a broader public learn about our issues. i want to repeat tha
: by yourself. >> there with guys that are street guys. i said i'm nervous. they said don't be nervous. we don't shoot white people. you the best customer. it's blacken black gang problem. they are fighting over narcotics. the economy is squeezed so they are fighting over smaller pieces of the pie. nothing is spilled out the white neighborhoods yet. commercial district, so right now it's contained. >> eric: it's irrelevant who is shooting whom. the fact that people are dieing in the city with the strictest gun control laws prove that gun control laws don't help. maybe the city needs more gang cops, cops that break up the gangs but they certainly don't need more gun laws. >> the cops don't get on the street and do foot patrol. they stay in the car. they don't form militia. >> andrea: a lot of culprits are the young kids. don't put pressure on them. they protest it. last year alone 96% of gun felonies were not even prosecuted in the town. so, how do you fix it from here? >> dana: everyone is focusing on the wrong problem. gun issue, i would like it if we waved a magic wand and there was never mo
you don't address gay relationships per shea and they're long-term. >> that's right. >> and don't people change and, if so, should the you expect it not to be all, everybody's going to be hot and bothered like in the beginning? >> when you hear the same song over and over issue you may love the song but after awhile, you get sick of it if the song doesn't change. people can change and if they continue to grow in a relationship instead of becoming stale, the same person over and over and over, can you rekindle the pack. one of the as -- easy ways is holidays. you go in and do something new and different. >> and let's talk about the changing, you know, for a second and suppose for instance, you have a couple, any couple. one person changes and grows and does new things, all of the good stuff and the other person is the same person. >> and, again, if you stay the same, you're boring and bored with yourself and with the rap. plan something together. >> , h. >> something you don't normally do. if you go anywhere new and different, we're happy we're on vacations. we're seeing sights a
'm nervous. they said don't be nervous. we don't shoot white people. you the best customer. it's blacken black gang problem. they are fighting over narcotics. the economy is squeezed so they are fighting over smaller pieces of the pie. nothing is spilled out the white neighborhoods yet. commercial district, so right now it's contained. >> eric: it's irrelevant who is shooting whom. the fact that people are dieing in the city with the strictest gun control laws prove that gun control laws don't help. maybe the city needs more gang cops, cops that break up the gangs but they certainly don't need more gun laws. >> the cops don't get on the street and do foot patrol. they stay in the car. they don't form militia. >> andrea: a lot of culprits are the young kids. don't put pressure on them. they protest it. last year alone 96% of gun felonies were not even prosecuted in the town. so, how do you fix it from here? >> dana: everyone is focusing on the wrong problem. gun issue, i would like it if we waved a magic wand and there was never more gun violence. the root cause is the dissol lution of th
don't believe that there will be any public comment on this item. so we can move into rebuttal. miss tan, you have three minutes of rebuttal. >> i'm not fighting about his trying to keep the size small. but i'm asking about why in june i be sending the way to calculate even the hypothetical way to calculator regular lot, this is what i have for regular lot. and that i have proof that, that we could build a over 2000 square foot house even if we do after the mass reduction. and this is our lot. because of the regular size, we cannot count the 1000 square foot as our maximum square foot and this is since june i present and i argue but there was no feedback and then at the end in august, they went as a 1495 that is coming from nowhere. and then, i talked to my owner and then he just say that it is too small and so that is why we go for appeal. and then after the appeal, it does something good. yeah, certainly in february, we were different, 1720 to 1750. so yes, my owner with the own are i talked to him and he said yeah if we were given that in the first place we might not wasted time t
. >> greg: banned phrase of the day. run it up the flag pole. that says i don't want any responsibility and the answer will be no. democrat is what it means. good one for the decoder. >> greg: somebody said yes, i could do what i wanted to do. >> kimberly: did you want to do it? >> greg: oh, yeah. >> eric: >> you could do a thing on corporate banned words. we are talking about smoking and how people are addicted. there is a woman in texas who is so addicted, no electronic cigarettes for her, she called 9/11 for more cigarettes and she was arrested. if you are jonessing, don't call the cops. >> kimberly: you should be fined for that. then you are tying up the phone lines for people who have a real emergency. >> dana: this is the first time this has happened to me. i don't have a one more thing. i thought about it. nothing spoke to me. >> bob: tell us a jasper story. >> dana: this is a seinfeld one more thing. it's about nothing. it could try a short joke to use against greg but they weren't that great. >> greg: try one. >> dana: do you get your feet in your driver's license photo? i had
are going to have to do, and i don't have a lot of time to get into it, but we have to use technology. there's some wonderful ways we can use that. virtual classrooms, it can help us enormously. i'm working on that project with something in baltimore right now. >> of your scholarship fund. >> carson's scholars.org. everyone get involved. [applause] >> thank you very much. >> that is all the time we have left. as always, thank you for being with us. let not your heart be troubled. the news continues. with will see you back on basic cable. i'm thirsty. >> andrea: hello. i'm andrea tantaros with bob beckel, eric bolling, dana perino, on loan from bill o'reilly the one and only jesse waters. it's 5:00 in new york city. move your hand, waters. this is "the five"! ♪ ♪ president obama was back in his hometown pushing for gun control. the president spoke in chicago where the skyrocketing murder rate is now as bad as the al capone gap land days soft far this year there have been 44 only side44homicide compared ton there were 26. eric, you were born and raised in chicago. this problem got out of h
say people don't have the right to recline. >> my beliefs do not include destroying other people's lives. and when they are sitting and doing work on a five-hour flight and you impale them by forcing the computer into the rib cage you are not just inconveniencing people, you are murdering them. and i have to be honest, i consider you a friend. the fact that you are one of these recliners is ped -- pedophile-level shock. when these people do it, i am behind them going who are these people? they mostly women. they seem to be mostly baby boomers, but the fact you go -- you know, my dad will get on a plane and put his legs upright as he sits down and goes, i'm bloody tired. i'm going to fall asleep. he will lie pretending to be asleep for one hour forcing his knees. i tried that, but it is so much work. even then they are pushing the but -- button and going --. >> maybe there is a midget behind you or a child or nobody. but if somebody is there or somebody reclining -- but if somebody is there trying to catch up on business and you go -- you deserve to be murdered. >> it is so wrong.
have done pre game when i hosted before. but i don't think i have done post game when i hosted before. >> it is weird because we generally look at you on the screen when you are doing post game. >> yes. >> amazing. >> but here are you sitting with us. >> but i can say, john, what is going on? and you can give an answer. >> it is not the same. >> i know. >> i am moving to texas. come down to texas and visit and you can get a hat. >> this is your last "red eye" for a longtime. >> a very longtime. >> we are sad about that. we will miss you. >> that's nice. >> let's bring "red eye" to texas. >> special thanks to tom, jedediah, that does it for me. i'm america's valentine. see you. is on. tonight. >> senator rubio laid out the right wing vision for america. and -- oh, what was i saying? >> bill: liberal tv media overdosing on the senator rubleio water situation. one network showed the clip 155 times. what should rubio do? >> we will tell you. >> as far as dorner himself goes, he has been like a real life super hero to many people. >> dr. marc lamont hill causing big controversy for comment
trying to help you. >> you don't help anyone but yourself. >> so prickily today. >> twitter got its fingers in the pistachio nuts and they pulled it open and freed the nuts. what is the career move? >> i was the tongue guy. >> i need somebody to do that. >> every one of these things is speaking in tongues guy. >> answer the question, weird person. this is a good thing. she saw the outside world via that annoying thing on most of our phones. i will say this, 27, if you figure it out by 15 you are smart and independent minded. 18 to 20, okay 27 you are still kind of dumb. >> but then again, she was a very, very restricted environment and religious environment. we know people who are narrow minded at a late age. >> you know narrow minded people here at fox? >> two words, book deal, three words, pose for playboy, get a reality show. >> you say there are dollar signs behind it. >> it leads to one of the ame or the oxygen movies. or maybe it is a job at the mall. if you are in this family you can't get a job at the mall. >> also she wants what every other girl has, a gay best friend. afte
that phrase. don't use it again. senator sessions says it is much talked about. we have highly skilled workers turned away while free loaders are allowed in. >> i don't though where to go on this. until two weeks ago i was too scared to talk about it. it is really, really hard to be here. you do get examined every step of the way if you are trying to get a work visa that you aren't going to end up on welfare. quite frankly i i will have to dispute it on that level. we have 11 million people here illegally. you have to do something about that. but i am speaking as an immigrant and don't understand what either republicans or the democrats are doing about this at the moment. they are talking about a path to citizenship. if you came here illegally, yes, find a way to give them residency and make sure they pay their taxes. if you came here illegally, you came here dishonorably so why should you have the right to be an american citizen. i came here legally, and i know millions who want to come here legally and they president cay. america wants their taxes. they are the ones who should be allowed to
question. there is a reason you don't have to create documents. please do a research report for me. if there are existing documents are entitled to them on a certain basis. so while this could be misleading, i'm glad to hear mr. gib ner say there is a separate expectation that if somebody asks a question that you are supposed to try to answer it. the answer can be i don't know but i will look if you file a sunshine request or -- gee i don't think so. >> what's the provision for 67.22 that c? >> i think the entire section deals with response must respond for oral information. a. the b the role of that person is to provide information in a helpful and timely way and c, that person does not have to sit down and have a lengthy discussion. i think it does not require to respond if it takes more than 15 minutes to provide the information. >> okay. but this is for oral information. not a record. >> that's right. as i mentioned earlier sunshine ordinance does not require the city to create any records. >> okay. i understand. >> if i let him speak am i opening up public comment. >> you can
the authority's updating budget we don't receive general funds. this is probably coming from saving within that portion of the budget. >> that is correct this is actually coming from the line item where we had for the commercial paper we're taking this from the financial advisors . >> thank you for that clarification. >> commissioner. >> thank you mr. -- i'm really happy that we're moving forward with the process and it will be a really good process i know there's been a discussion earlier in terms of the committee that over saw the process would be a five person committee to make it as broad based as possible on the board i know right now on this resolution indicates the personnel committee which is the committee defined in our administrative code -- i think it would be good to have -- it can be the executive director search committee that would include the members of the personnel committee plus 2 additional members i'd suggest that we proceed in that manner everything else about this i think is completely good and appropriate and i support and so i guess my question for i know for staf
in there? >> i don't think that was the original intent. there is so much pressure to come up with something cool and savy and new for the super bowl. my goodness they are paying i'm sure out the wazoo for this. >> hey, language. this is a kid's show. >> i was trying to keep it family friendly about -- with the wazoo term. >> oh! >> year after year these companies have to come up with the clever ads. you were mentioning it was a tribute to some of the classic movies, "lawrence of arabia." >> yes, i said that in a break earlier. >> that's your impression and take away of the ad. >> don't try to pull me into your excuses. >> they didn't set out to say who can we offend? >> i wish i could have will toed that, rick. i wish i could have followed that, rick. >> should coke have apologized? >> yes. well they should apologize for making a bad commercial. commercials are supposed to make you want that product they are supposed to sell. we didn't the whole thing. but the clip goes on and there is a bus full of vegas show girls. this ad made me want to go to las vegas. it didn't make me
. >> and as far as dorner himself goes, he has been like a real life super hero to many people. now, don't get me wrong what he did was awful killing innocent people. >> that's true. >> it's bad. when he read the manifesto. he wasn't entirely crazy. he had a plan and mission here. many people aren't routing for him to kill innocent people they are rooting for somebody who is wrong. it's like watch django in change in real life kind of exciting. >> bill: put yourself in the family members who are grieving because of his murders. how do you think they are reacting because of that analysis? joining us is dr. lamont hill. to be fair to you because i have known you a long time give you a chance to explain this. go. >> first of all you mentioned the family members of the victims. and quite frankly, my heart goes out to them. and if my words in any way caused them any pain or trauma or stress, more than they already are experiencing, i offer them my deepest condolences and my apologies. i have no problem saying that. what i was saying on cnn was not that i support corner and he was a super hero to me. i
much money, this stock takes off big time. >> neil: what do you think of all of the above? >> i don't like going against charles when it comes to stock picking any time, but the one i love the most is first solar. i think solar is great idea but this company loses money and gets beaten up by the chinese. >> the chinese are kicked out of market. >> neil: details, details. >>> nothing changes inside. look what is happening outside. unions pushing lawmakers to keep on spending. i guess you know why we're not gag handle on this. off the hook out free phones to people that don't need them. so you say disconnected. did he just change gas prices. cashin in, at the pump right now. >> eric: wayne rogers, jonathan honig and sandra smith and also joining us is julie. welcome everybody. so as the national debt continues to soar, unions say they don't want to tolerate spending cuts. >> we won't allow cuts to social security or medicare or medicaid. we are going forward. this is like this. we build it and we're going to take it back! >> no more cuts! >> eric: jonathan is big laborer a reason we w
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. at least he can imagine things in his head. hopefully it encourages deeper thoughts. >> i don't know. aren't little boys supposed to grow up playing soldier? >> i went to quaker school. we were not allowed to keep score playing kick ball. that sends wrong messages about competition. we should absolutely let them do these things. we don't want them to be like me. >> they make the furniture, right? >> they make good oatmeal. >> thank you, quackers. quakers are great people. jedediah, you said this kid broke the rules, and so he deserves everything he gets which seems harsh to me. now that you are with fox news maybe you just want to earn some points. >> you are a liar. i absolutely did not. this is stupid. when i was a kid i used to pretend to be a super hero, spider-man. he has web shooters. those are dangerous. i would have been suspended 50 times if this had applied to me. are you sufficiently outraged? >> i am beyond that point. i am outraged plus. >> she is so outraged that when she first came to the show that was a blue dress. >> bill, when you were a child you pretend bathed. well, be
property and they don't want it there. judge kids with silver paint expressing their ego needs doesn't belong on our property. >> graffiti is when you don't have permission to write anything on their property. >> eighth street is part of your regular rout? >> yes. >> everyday. >> eighth street. divisidero street. irving street. every block they going through they paint 3 or 4 streets in the block the poles the utility boxes, mailbox. >> thank you. >> okay. >> put the drop cloth. come on around. >> there you go. force for we have to remember we are not painters we abate graffiti. we are abaters not painters. get that out of the way and keep moving. >> how many of these do you do a day? how many poles we do a day? >> yeah. >> depends on the location. may be 20. >> do you like working with the team? >> yes because i'm a people person. i like being outside and interacting with the public and i like the response we get especially from the good job we do in the community. >> goodbye. . >> the project all started from the brain child over here, noelexsavio of the city o
the police go up and they believe it. you don't get a lot of interest from city hall on that. you get the business community and convince them the importance of dealing with graffiti and make that important to city hall, you'll be amazed. that was one of my most successful times, when the business community was appreciate you you aring city hall. that's our tax base. at a time when tax bases are diminishing income to citizens is diminishing, when you can show them how different it can be, that suddenly makes good business sense to them and they'll dedicate the resources to you. so, that's what's worked for me. (applause) >> anybody else up there? everybody okay with that answer? i think we're pretty grateful here in san francisco that we have a mayor that was actually the director of the department of public works. so, we know he's totally on top of it and involved. do you have another question? >> this isn't geared towards any particular speaker, but it is geared towards abatement. we have an annual volunteer event where graffiti is removed city-wide. in an effort to encourage youth
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soldier who killed bin laden, giving out free phones to people who don't need them. can you say disconnected? did he just chain you to higher gas prices at the pump? "cashin' in," fueling up right now. our "cashin' in" crew this week, wayne rogers, jonathan, trish shah and sandra smith, also joining us, julie. welcome, everybody. okay. so as the national debt continues to soar, unions telling washington they don't want to tolerate spending cuts. >> we won't allow cuts to social security or medicare or medicaid! we're going forward! this is our country! we built it and we're going to take it back! >> oh, boy. jonathan, is big labor a big reason? we'll never x our spending problem? >> eric, unions destroyed the fuel industry, automobile industry, the public education and literally they're bankrupting government as well. they're only growing in government. unions account for about 36% of government workers. only 6% in the private work force. i tell you, the nerve of richard trumka and the unions to demand jobs. where do they get off with that? we have more government workers now th
phones to people that don't need them. so you say disconnected. did he just change gas prices. cashin in, at the pump right now. >> eric: wayne rogers, jonathan honig and sandra smith and also joining us is julie. welcome everybody. so as the national debt continues to soar, unions say they don't want to tolerate spending cuts. >> we won't allow cuts to social security or medicare or medicaid. we are going forward. this is like this. we build it and we're going to take it back! >> no more cuts! >> eric: jonathan is big laborer a reason we won't do it? >> the public education and steel industry and bankrupting unions, as well. only 6% in the private work force. i have to tell you the nerve of richard and the union, the unions is to demand jobs. where do they et off with that. we have more government workers now than we a citizens in 1776 and so many have so much to do. they should be cut. unions need to take a back seat and put this country for once. >> eric: sequestration threatening spending, let's not gog go to sequestration. >> guess what. this is our country. god bless us. they are a
really isn't that bad. they talk of more investments with money we don't have and tell us that's good. it's not. we're not. this whole charade is not. my friend, we live in a councilmember where democrats refused to cut entitlements. republicans so much as look at defense and each continues to lead us down the river. spending money we don't have. and now saying nothing at all about the real conviction we do have. here is the thing, though. just because you stop talking about our bills doesn't make them go away. mo more than it does ignoring bill collectors' calls hoping they go away. they don't. the bills don't. the lasting hit to the collective credit rating don't. you know i'm told this summer, this summer you can walk right past your mailbox on a saturday and not worry, no bills. no mail. washington is playing the same game every day. i'm telling you. this country no, chance. more like return to sender. why rand paul is furious and says the tea party will be on a warpath. let's say he is not going meekly and still in the night. republican senator, my special guest, with darr
to be a big thing just something extra that you do for somebody else, don't have to be christian, or religious, just suggest that to the urchin and it's a great experiment and take it over, that kind of thing, all right? and factor tip of the day. and that's it for us tonight. please check out the fox news factor website different from oreilly.com. and we let you spout off about the factor anywhere in the world. oreilly.com, oreilly.com, anytime, anytime. the word of the day, do not be effete. do not be effete, and remember, the >> welcome to red eye. tom, what's coming up tonight? >> thanks. coming up on tonight's show aircrafts group of california high school students is fond of wearing patriotic bandanas and chapting u-s-a. >> mayor bloomberg wants to ban styrofoam. mayor bloomberg, get your hands off my chicken masala. teens have been sleep texting and not remembering what they write which makes sense because i don't remember what i do when i am asleep -- and by asleep, i mean awake. and by don't remember, i mean won't admit to. andy? thanks a lot. >> see you at the half. let's welcome our
makes sense because i don't remember what i do when i am asleep -- and by asleep, i mean awake. and by don't remember, i mean won't admit to. andy? thanks a lot. >> see you at the half. let's welcome our guests. i am here with author, columnist and fox news contributor gedid ayah billa. bill schultz, you think he's on the face right now. next to me is john gibson, host of the john gibson show on fox news radio, weekdays noon eastern. >> does wearing old glory not hunky dory? a group of students in a basketball game in california were told to stop yelling u-s-a and ordered to remove their american flag bandanas or leave in a matchup. four camarillo students lift and ran back in during half-time, bandanas still on, still chanting. at that point, three were given five-day suspensions and the principal said they were merely asked to leave and report to him. whitman said they were asked to take off their bandanas as a precaution and chanting u-s-a was controversial because of diversity among the students. since both schools have large hispanic populations, the chants could have been
, that you miss the piano? well, i don't know, you know? my mother was a really good teacher. in fact, i tell you, some of the best times we had were at the piano. she was different there, you know, 'cause she--she loved the music, and that just made her... nice. what the hell was that? i just can't believe how adorable you are. i never knew you had all these feelings. don't tell anybody... but, yes, i'm full of feelings. i have an idea. yeah oh, wait, wait, wait... mm-mm-mm... take some more piano lessons from your mother. what? yes! no, no, no... not for you. just to show ally. just enough to be able to play a song or...something. no. to set an example. i can't. i can't. sure you can. no. come on! i'm--i'm-- are you a quitter? you know, i'm going to stop being so adorable if this is what i get. now you can help too. when you buy a bag of pedigree, you'll help more shelter dogs go home. join us. feed your dog pedigree. and you'll help us feed more shelter dogs. but how long before shine starts peeking through? neutrogena® shine control makeup. 86% of women agreed their skin looks shine free
. "lo and behold." unless they're the name of your ferret be done with it. you don't need to start a sentence with "lo and behold," just start the sentence. >> dana: i heard you would do think. looked up the origin of "lo and behold." it turns out it's from the bible. you can't ban a phrase from the bible. >> greg: great. >> -- saying that -- >> dana: behold and lo is how it was there but it's also in letter from lady of the bed chamber in 1808. do research. >> greg: going to wikipedia. >> andrea: you think you are smarter than god, don't you? >> dana: that is mrs. anna on "downtown abbey." lady's made. got promoted. >> eric: lady of the bed chamber. >> andrea: lo and behold. >> dana: lo and behold this political cartoon. i like this. it's about the media. who is going to win? >> greg: that worked out >> dana: thank you. >> greg: putting up a let's go to andy levy for our pre game report. what are you shaking your head for, you big jerk? >> our top story, a super bowl ad sparks cries of race -- racism. no, this is not a repeat unless it is saturday night. can boys to men help make
of the week you will be putting out a fire with a fire extinguisher. you don't want to learn out to house an extinguisher when they big fire is in front of you. when you turn off your natural gas and water. hazardous materials will be talked about next week. 35-40 percent of you. you will find out that all of you have hazardous material in your home. the third week is disaster medicine. you, going into a room spending 45 seconds on one person into 3 life saving techniques. by the fourth we we will teach you as search and rescuers how to keep yourself safe by identifying safe and none safe building to go into. sometimes objects are too heavy for you to liftoff of a body. we will teach you privying which will use anything you have, wood or cement blocks so you is see that people can lift heavy objects off of people. now, you have to have a plan. every program needs to have a plan. we can't say, here are your skills. class 6, after half an hour we will split you into teams of 10 people each. putting out the fires. you will go into a dark room and doing a search. you will be treating people
of raising academic standards in florida. mr. bush believes that they don't concentrate enough on reading which is why it's not effective. as a former high school teacher myself i know the feds waste a lot of money on foolish programs. it sounds so noble. let's spend more on education. bureaucrats really care about implementing programs that actually work. the main pointed here is that president obama is not all that interested in what works because his educational agenda is tied into his social justice agenda. he firmly believes that america is not, is not a fair play. "new york times" commentary written by a columbia professor joseph stigley. today the ins is less equality of opportunity than almost every other advanced industrial country. he goes on to propose that the feds pay for the following, more preschool education and after school care, as well. so-called environmental protections for pregnant women that means subsidized food and medical care on top of what is already available. more food provided in the public schools as well as increased medical care on campus. direct cash pay
investigation, we have learned that that is not really what is happening. so, do, and i don't see like, a sample script or here is a sign-off, sheet that you must present, that you spoke to so many people and a sample script that would be hi, i'm from so and so and, is this is the application that we are trying to do and open until 3:00, etc. so where are we? is this something that is a long-term goal? >> well, i work for you. so if that is something that would you like, however, i will just say that there is a danger in doing the work for applicants for them. i mean, the same as handing them a security plan and saying here is a sample, why don't you do a security plan like this one and then you are going to get the same-sexty plan back at you. writing a script for somebody implies that they are not cap able as a business person to actually do their own out reach. and i guess that i am just speaking personally. i have a problem with that. because what i want them to present to you as commissioners is who they actually are, and their capability. if we at the entertainment commission lead them so
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